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May 2017

NON-NORMAL DATA
Many practical situations experience what is called "non-normal" data. Practitioners dislike this because the tools to handle it are more complex and less understood by others. There are real and false causes of non-normal data, so we need to be confident in our determination. Non-normal tools tend to be less powerful than the standard tools, so care needs to be used to select the most powerful tool.

VALUABLE TRAINING COMPONENTS
The next core area is "Remember." There are 3 schools of thought for DOE - Western Method, Taguchi and Shainin. Each has a strength for application with Box's tools being the most widely applicable. Remember the definition of DOE: A tool to assist in the process of understanding a system. And finally, DOE can generate predictive innovations. DOE is often used to resolve conflicts, but early use can help avoid major schedule delays.

NO CATAPULT
I recently wrote a white paper regarding why the catapult is a poor tool for DOE training. Unfortunately, it is a common tool. If you want to learn about DOE and use it, avoid the catapult. If you want to find out why it is so bad, read this paper.

Newsletter archive

Projects

Design DOE Case Study - cooling

Manufacturing DOE Case Study - welding

Manufacturing DOE Case Study - new equipment set up

DOE In Industrial Testing (2009 White Paper)

Innovation in Manufacturing (2012 Central Minnesota Manufacturers Association)

Why Use DOE Upstream in Design (2013 Medical Design and Manufacturing Conference)

YouTube recording and slides for Why Use DOE Upstream in Design

Root Cause Analysis (2012 Life Science Alley)

3 Factor, Full Factorial Template

4 Factor, Full Factorial Template

Reliability and DOE (1998 Reliability Consortium)

DOE Expectations for Tier I and II Medical Industry Suppliers (2007 Biomedical Focus Conference)

Avoiding Design Loops in New Product Development (2012 Professional Development Summit)

Program management

Excellence Framework for New Product Development (2011 Minnesota Quality Conference)

Systematic Innovation (2016 Innovators and Entrepreneurs of Minneapolis Meet Up Group)

Project Management Case Study - Medical Device

Project Management Case Study - Defense

Requirements in Innovative Environments (2013 Professional Development Summit)

DOE in New Product Development (2001 Biomedical Focus Conference)

Getting the Best from your Engineers (2014 Innovators and Entrepreneurs of Minneapolis Meet Up Group)

DOE in Cost Estimating (1998 Society of Cost Estimating Analysts)

Program Management in Education (2008 American Society for Engineering Education)

Is Risk Management Valuable for Me (2010 Minnesota Quality Conference)

Training

Training Case Study - DOE

Robust Design (2015 ASME and IEEE Conferences)

t-Test Explanation (2009 White Paper)

ANOVA Explanation (2011 White Paper)

Connecting FMEA and DOE (2007 Reliability Consortium)

Communicating Statistical Information (2012 Association of Clinical Research Professionals Bootcamp)

Is DOE a Part of Lean? (2007 Minnesota Quality Conference)

Why the Catapult is a Poor Teaching Tool for DOE (2016 White Paper)

3 Factor, Full Factorial Template

4 Factor, Full Factorial Template

Decision Making with Data (2012 Performance Excellence Network - Formerly Minnesota Council for Quality)

YouTube recording and slides for Decision Making with Data

Newspaper and Magazine Articles

Engineering Top Performance (2011 Minneapolis Star Tribune)

DOE Brings Benefits to Process Design (Plastics Business, Fall 2012)

Trend Analysis to Acquire Knowledge and Increased Volumes (Plastics Decorating, Fall 2012)

New Coach (St. Cloud Times, November 18, 2014)

The Value of Quality Function Deployment in New Product Development (Plastics Decorating, Spring 2015)

Learning Approach to Equipment Set-up (Plastics Decorating, Winter 2017)

Creative by Design (American Society for Quality, August 2015)

Podcasts and Radio interviews

May 2016 Accendo Reliability Podcast (link provides access to entire series) "Robust Design Insight"

11/14/2011, 4-5 pm, AM 1570, "How to Take Your Business to the Next Level"


5/19/2010, 4-5 pm, AM 1570, "Good Networking"


12/16/2009, 5-6 pm, AM 1570, "Coaching in Business Problem Solving"



Videos and video briefs

Each brief has 3 videos to expand on various areas for each topic. Pick an area of interest and improve your understanding.

Project Execution Are the projects executed valuable? Here are case studies at various phases of the process.

Achieving Innovation Companies want to be creative and innovative. How can Design of Experiments help with that? You might be surprised.

Overcoming Development Challenges When a project experiences a challenge, what do you do? What should you do? We explore this topic - a key to successful New Product Development.

Program Management How can effectiveness be improved with New Product Development? What are keys to success.

Underused Product Development Tools When involved in new product development, we have no time for wasting time. What tools should we be interested in?

Training Effectiveness How do we create a valuable training program? How can we spot a bad one?

Our DOE Process - Decision Making Focus Too often Design of Experiments is presented as a series of tools. Instead, it is best used as a decision making methodology.

Achieving Robust Design Creating a Robust Design is of high interest. How can you make it happen? Can you do it cost effectively? We can provide a design or process that meets the level of robustness that you desire and maintain your schedule.

A listing of our YouTube videos, covering a range of topics, is provided below:



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